Telluric Chaos

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Telluric Chaos
Live album by Iggy Pop & The Stooges
Released May 3, 2005
Recorded March 22, 2004
Genre Hard rock, protopunk
Length 79:21
Label Skydog Records
Producer No producer credit given
Iggy Pop & The Stooges chronology
Skull Ring
(2003)
Telluric Chaos
(2005)
The Weirdness
(2007)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]

Telluric Chaos is a live album by the reunited Iggy Pop & The Stooges. The album chronicles the closing date of the band's first ever Japanese tour, which took place on March 22, 2004, at the Shibuya AX in Tokyo. The album documents a typical reunited Stooges set, primarily drawn from the band's first two albums (including all of Fun House) with no material from the James Williamson era (Raw Power, Kill City). The album/live set also includes some of the first live performances of three of the four Stooges reunion tracks from Iggy Pop's 2003 solo album Skull Ring plus one brand new song, "My Idea Of Fun" (a finalized version appears on their 2007 studio album The Weirdness).

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Iggy Pop, Ron Asheton, Dave Alexander and Scott Asheton except as noted.

  1. "Loose" – 3:56
  2. "Down on the Street" – 4:23
  3. "1969" – 3:40
  4. "I Wanna Be Your Dog" – 5:37
  5. "TV Eye" – 5:11
  6. "Dirt" – 3:52
  7. "Real Cool Time" – 3:08
  8. "No Fun" – 4:12
  9. "1970" (Pop, R. Asheton, Alexander, S. Asheton, Steve Mackay) – 6:14
  10. "Fun House / L.A. Blues" (Pop, R. Asheton, Alexander, S. Asheton, Mackay) – 7:19
  11. "Skull Ring" (Pop, R. Asheton, S. Asheton) – 5:07
  12. "Dead Rock Star" (Pop, R. Asheton, S. Asheton) – 4:18
  13. "Little Electric Chair" (Pop, R. Asheton, S. Asheton) – 5:16
  14. "Little Doll" – 5:07
  15. "My Idea Of Fun" (Pop, R. Asheton, S. Asheton) – 5:04
  16. "I Wanna Be Your Dog" (version two) – 3:50
  17. "Not Right" – 3:07

Personnel[edit]

The Stooges (remaining 1969/1970 line-up):

with

References[edit]

  1. ^ Prato, Greg. Telluric Chaos at AllMusic. Retrieved August 14, 2011.
  2. ^ Watt became a regular member
  3. ^ Mackay was a session saxophonist during the first two albums